Final Up to date: August 18, 2022, 08:56 IST
Rajasthan minister Rajendra Gudha stated on Wednesday that if the Jalore Dalit boy’s household doesn’t get justice, the MLAs who joined the ruling Congress from BSP is not going to hesitate from withdrawing help to the federal government.
The minister of state for rural growth additionally stated that no incident of crime needs to be linked to any explicit neighborhood.
Gudha is without doubt one of the six MLAs who gained the 2018 meeting elections on a BSP ticket however later joined the Congress.
“The reality is that if the federal government doesn’t take any motion (within the Dalit pupil loss of life case) and that Dalit household doesn’t get justice, then all of us will go an extent even when we’ve got to lose our membership,” Gudha informed reporters, whereas speaking about withdrawing help to the federal government.
In Jalore, nine-year-old Dalit pupil Indra Kumar was thrashed by a trainer on July 20 for allegedly touching a water pot within the college. He died on August 13 throughout therapy at a hospital in Ahmedabad.
Accused trainer Chhail Singh (40) has been arrested.
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